Indian Sociology

Emerging Concepts, Structure, and Change; Three-Volumes Set

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ISBN:

9780198098546

Publication date:

01/11/2013

Hardback

1296 pages

230.0x150.0mm

Price: 4995.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198098546

Publication date:

01/11/2013

Hardback

1296 pages

230.0x150.0mm

First Edition

Yogendra Singh

Suitable for: Students, teachers, and researchers of sociology and other social sciences.  

Rights:  World Rights

First Edition

Yogendra Singh

Description

The newest addition to the ICSSR Research Surveys and Explorations series is Indian Sociology. This three-volume set attempts to capture and represent most of the relevant and dominant streams of researches conducted by numerous scholars in the field of sociology and social anthropology from 2003–10. The essence of the survey report is in analysing the entire gamut of the structural and cultural dynamics of the Indian society in the past decade. Research reports compiled on specific structural issue raise questions that take readers beyond the specificities and show wider linkages and overlaps in uses of conceptual categories as well as on issues of substantive concerns. The essays included in these volumes look at a range of critical themes and concepts in contemporary Indian sociology. They are informed by a focus on the dynamic links between contexts and concepts. This is of great significance in the changing context of Indian society and the emergence of theoretical rethinking on key structural elements of Indian society, such as caste, class, gender, and community across the rural–urban divide

First Edition

Yogendra Singh

Table of contents

List of Tables

Acknowledgements

List of Abbreviations

Introduction

Yogendra Singh

1. Historical Sociology in India- Hetukar Jha

2. Theory and Methods in Indian Sociology- Maitrayee Chaudhuri and Jesna Jayachandran

3. Knowledge, Science, and Society- V. Sujatha and Anubhav Sengupta

4. Caste: Continuity and Change- K.L. Sharma

5. Rural and Agrarian Studies in India: A Survey of Contemporary Trends- Surinder S. Jodhka and Tanvi Sirari

6. Middle Class in India - Archana Singh

7. People, Power, and Paradigm Shift: New Trajectory of Politics and Governance- Anand Kumar

8. Urban Studies- Ranvinder Singh Sandhu

Index

About the Editor and  Contributors

 

First Edition

Yogendra Singh

Features

  • Extremely valuable body of intellectual resources in the key areas of sociological and social
  • anthropological research in India Discusses history of Indian sociology, its theories, knowledge, science, and society First-hand research by senior scholars unpublished elsewhere

First Edition

Yogendra Singh

First Edition

Yogendra Singh

Description

The newest addition to the ICSSR Research Surveys and Explorations series is Indian Sociology. This three-volume set attempts to capture and represent most of the relevant and dominant streams of researches conducted by numerous scholars in the field of sociology and social anthropology from 2003–10. The essence of the survey report is in analysing the entire gamut of the structural and cultural dynamics of the Indian society in the past decade. Research reports compiled on specific structural issue raise questions that take readers beyond the specificities and show wider linkages and overlaps in uses of conceptual categories as well as on issues of substantive concerns. The essays included in these volumes look at a range of critical themes and concepts in contemporary Indian sociology. They are informed by a focus on the dynamic links between contexts and concepts. This is of great significance in the changing context of Indian society and the emergence of theoretical rethinking on key structural elements of Indian society, such as caste, class, gender, and community across the rural–urban divide

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Table of contents

List of Tables

Acknowledgements

List of Abbreviations

Introduction

Yogendra Singh

1. Historical Sociology in India- Hetukar Jha

2. Theory and Methods in Indian Sociology- Maitrayee Chaudhuri and Jesna Jayachandran

3. Knowledge, Science, and Society- V. Sujatha and Anubhav Sengupta

4. Caste: Continuity and Change- K.L. Sharma

5. Rural and Agrarian Studies in India: A Survey of Contemporary Trends- Surinder S. Jodhka and Tanvi Sirari

6. Middle Class in India - Archana Singh

7. People, Power, and Paradigm Shift: New Trajectory of Politics and Governance- Anand Kumar

8. Urban Studies- Ranvinder Singh Sandhu

Index

About the Editor and  Contributors

 

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